But what is his addiction to buying clubs? That’s the question that comes to mind when you see Ronaldo Nazario buying one club after another. After owning two clubs, this Brazilian legend reached out to a third club.
Argentinian media TYC Sports reported Ronaldo’s purchase of a new club, citing the Portuguese media MyFootball portal. Now Ronaldo is going to buy a third-division club in Portugal.
Ronaldo, a member of Brazil’s 2002 World Cup winning team, bought the ownership of a club for the first time in 2018. The former footballer, known as ‘The Phenomenon’, became the owner of the club for the first time after buying 51 percent of the shares of the Spanish club Real Valladolid. He currently owns 82 percent of the club. The club has struggled to stay in the top tier of Spanish football since Ronaldo’s purchase. In this season, the club is at number 14 with 28 points in 25 matches.
Then Ronaldo bought his childhood club Cruzeiro in 2021. However, after Spain and Brazil, this one of the best footballers of all time wants to expand his business in Portugal. For that purpose, Ronaldo focused on buying the club of Cristiano Ronaldo’s country. The third division club in Portugal that Ronaldo wants to buy call Amora.
Going to buy the Portuguese club
Ronaldo has been trying to enter the Portuguese football market for the past few years. He wants to complete that task with Amora. Spanish group own currently 75 percent of Odemira Kaptil The club.
A man named Josmar Gallego run the company. Amora is located 20 kilometers from Lisbon. The club has had the opportunity to play at the top level only 3 times in its history of more than 100 years. From 1979 to 1981 this club was coached by Jose Mourinho’s father, Jose Manuel Mourinho.